|Isobel Elsom (1893 - 1981)
Ex-Mrs. Maurice Elvey (director)
Mrs. Carl Harbord (widowed)
|Ladies in Retirement (1941) [Leonora Fiske]: Strangled with a shawl (off-camera) by Ida Lupino while Isobel is sitting at the piano; we only hear the sound of the struggle after Ida comes up behind her. Her body is not shown afterwards.
Alfred Hitchcock Presents: Back for Christmas (1956) [Hermione Carpenter]: Bludgeoned to death with a lead pipe by John Williams in the cellar; we only see a close-up of John as he brings the pipe down, followed by a scene of him finishing up after burying her.
Over-Exposed (1956) [Mrs. Payton Grange]: Dies of a heart attack during her birthday celebration at a nightclub.
Alfred Hitchcock Presents: The Diplomatic Corpse (1957) [Mrs. Tait]: Dies of a heart attack while riding in the car with George Peppard and Mary Scott; George and Mary don't realize she's dead until they try to wake her up after arriving in Mexico.